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September 25, 2018

Bringing Home Baby: Do You Need a Humidifier or Dehumidifier?

If you’re the new parent of an infant, you may have many concerns about how to make your home as safe and as comfortable as possible for the new addition to your household. Perhaps you’ve fretted over just the right temperature for your newborn, or perhaps you’ve wondered about the right baby room humidity levels.   Fortunately, the humidity needs of a baby pretty much parallel those of an older child or adult. Read on and learn what you should […]
September 20, 2018

Thermostat Health: When to Change the Batteries

It’s a hot day in Peachtree City, and you’re dying to crank up the A/C. But something’s wrong. The thermostat’s not working. There’s no display, and it won’t respond to any of your commands! Is it broken? Do you need to have it replaced? No. You just forgot to change the battery. Here are some thermostat maintenance tips to keep it from happening again. When to Replace Your Thermostat Battery As a general rule of thumb, you should change the […]
September 18, 2018

3 Reasons to Consider a Luxury Air Conditioner

On a hot summer day in Georgia, air conditioning can feel like the height of luxury. A nice breeze of cool air on your face… Things couldn’t get better than this. Well, in fact, they could. Have you considered a high-end air conditioner? You may think that high-end means too expensive. But in fact, the features pay for themselves over time with increased energy savings. Here are some of the benefits a luxury model can provide. Increased efficiency. The first […]
September 13, 2018

Can Your HVAC Fight Back-to-School Germs?

With cold and flu season just around the corner, it’s not too early to explore the idea of fighting germs with HVAC equipment. It is possible and it’s one of the easiest and most effective ways to lower transmission rates of bacterial and viral illnesses in your home. Upgraded filters, humidity control and UV (ultraviolet) lights all help to eliminate the spread of infectious diseases.   Air Filtration Bacteria range in size from .3 to 60 microns and viruses from […]